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Staff

The majority of academic positions are held by women (61.3%) and this also applies to the higher academic positions. In this respect, the University for Humanistic Studies deviates positively from the benchmark of Dutch Universities (see under Bench mark). At the same time, the percentage of women within the entire staff has levelled off slightly since 2017.


Composition of staff by numbers WP/OBP/SA
Type201520162017201820192020
WP737272777880
OBP343030323334
WP+OBP107102102109111114
SA241722201817
Totaal131119124129129131

Male/female ratio of staff (numbers)
Type201520162017201820192020
man423636394143
vrouw656666707071
WP+OBP107102102109111114

Male/female ratio of staff (percentages)
Type201520162017201820192020
man39,2%35,3%35,3%35,8%36,9%37,7%
vrouw60,8%64,7%64,7%64,2%63,1%62,3%
WP+OBP100%100%100%100%100%100%


Qanu Research Review Report 2014-2019, p. 23:


All PhD candidates
Starting yearMenWomen
2011199
2012920
2013129
2014510
2015614
Totaal5162


External PhD candidates
Starting yearMenWomen
2011199
2012920
2013129
201458
20155
11
Totaal5057


The majority of academic positions are held by women. In this respect, the University for Humanistic Studies deviates positively from the benchmark of Dutch Universities.